More Than My Kids

16 05 2007

The other day at a bus stop I saw a poster for McDonalds that showed a mom looking all smiley over text that read:

“I love McDonald’s hamburgers more than my kids.”

I found that funny because it totally sounds like they’re saying “I love McDonald’s hamburgers more than I love my kids,” when obviously what they mean is “I love eating McDonald’s hamburgers more than I love eating my kids.”


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16 05 2007
Sally

Twice a week in my eleventh grade English class my teacher would put improper sentences up on the board and ask the class to correct them. I assure you, this would have been an assignement one of those weeks.
A more efficient way to phrase it is “McDonalds hamburgers taste better than my kids do.”

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